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Measles cases are on the rise both domestically and globally, prompting the Center for Disease Control (CDC) to issue a Health Advisory to alert healthcare providers. The advisory emphasizes the importance of ensuring that children in the U.S. and those traveling internationally who are 6 months and older are up to date on their MMR vaccination.

Healthcare providers play a critical role in preventing the spread of measles by staying informed about the current situation and promoting vaccination for eligible individuals. The CDC’s HAN Advisory provides comprehensive information on the rising number of measles cases and outbreaks, as well as recommendations for protecting public health.

It is crucial for healthcare providers to be proactive in promoting vaccination and keeping up to date with vaccination guidelines. By encouraging vaccination for all eligible individuals, providers can help protect their patients and the community as a whole from measles outbreaks.

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